Project wont build UE5

Hello, i cant build any project (even empty) in UE 5.3
Here is build log:

Building 17 actions with 1 process…
[1/17] Compile SharedPCH.Engine.ShadowErrors.cpp
D:\UE_5.1\Engine\Source\Runtime\RHI\Public\RHICommandList.h(2751): error C3861: GetViewableResource: ??? ?? ???
[2/17] Compile MyProject2Projectile.cpp cancelled
[3/17] Compile MyProject2.init.gen.cpp cancelled
[4/17] Compile MyProject2GameMode.gen.cpp cancelled
[5/17] Compile TP_PickUpComponent.cpp cancelled
[6/17] Compile MyProject2Projectile.gen.cpp cancelled
[7/17] Compile MyProject2Character.gen.cpp cancelled
[8/17] Compile TP_WeaponComponent.cpp cancelled
[9/17] Compile TP_PickUpComponent.gen.cpp cancelled
[10/17] Compile MyProject2GameMode.cpp cancelled
[11/17] Compile MyProject2.cpp cancelled
[12/17] Compile TP_WeaponComponent.gen.cpp cancelled
[13/17] Compile MyProject2Character.cpp cancelled
[14/17] Resource Default.rc2
[15/17] Link UnrealEditor-MyProject2.dll cancelled
[16/17] Link UnrealEditor-MyProject2.lib cancelled
[17/17] WriteMetadata cancelled

The error message you’re seeing, error C3861: GetViewableResource, suggests that there might be an issue with the RHI (Render Hardware Interface) command list.

Here are a few steps you can try to resolve this issue:

  • Clear the Intermediate and Saved folders: In the root folder of your project, there are two folders named “Intermediate” and “Saved”. Delete the contents of both these folders and then try rebuilding your project.
  • Update your graphics card drivers: Make sure you have the latest graphics card drivers installed on your machine. Outdated drivers can cause issues with rendering and may result in errors like the one you’re seeing.
  • Try running the project on a different machine: If the issue persists, try running the project on a different machine to see if the issue is specific to your current machine.
  • Verify Unreal Engine installation: You can try to verify your Unreal Engine installation via the Epic Games Launcher. Navigate to the “Library” section, then find the version of the engine you’re using and click on the dropdown arrow next to it. From there, click “Verify” to verify your installation.
  • Check for Windows Updates: Make sure that your Windows installation is fully up to date. Sometimes issues with the operating system can cause issues with Unreal Engine.